Physical Location: 1099 Lackawanna Trail, Clarks Summit, PA 18411
PO Box 270 PO Box 629
Clarks Summit, PA 18411 Honesdale, PA 18431
570-586-2930 570-253-1476
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Our Commercial Services Include:

•ADA Compatible Handicap Hardware 

•Digital Lockset 

•Single & Multiple Door Access Control Systems 

•Panic Hardware & Door Closers 

•Hinges & Door Pivots 

•Continuous Hinges 

•Electric Strikes 

•Magnetic Locks 

•Door Alarms/Exit Alarms

•Door Stops 

•Intercom /Door Announcers 

•Mortise Lock New Installations & Repairs 

•Mailboxes - Wall Mounted & Free Standing Units

•Foreclosure Rekeying

•Realtor Services

 

Commercial Mailboxes:

• Salsbury http://www.salsburymailboxcompany.com/

Cabinet Locks & Utility Locks

Chicago http://www.compx.com/chicago.html
CompX http://www.compxnet.com/

Fort http://www.compx.com/fort.html

 

Keyless Entry & Intercoms

Alarm Lock http://www.alarmlock.com

KabaIlco http://www.kaba-ilco.com/
Locknetics http://www.locknetics.com/
Simplex http://www.simplexnet.com/

Simplex-Unican/Kaba-Ilco http://www.kaba-ilco.com/

 

Decorative Hardware/Knob/Deadbolt

 

Arrow http://www.arrowlock.com/

Baldwin http://www.baldwin.com/

Dexter by Schlage http://www.dexter.ingersollrand.com/
Emtek http://www.emtek.com/

Kwikset http://www.kwikset.com/

Omnia http://www.omniaindustries.com
Schlage http://www.schlage.com/

Weiser http://www.weiserlock.com

Weslock http://www.weslock.com/

 

 

High Security

ASSA http://www.assalock.com/

Medeco http://www.medeco.com/
Primus by Schlage http://www.schlage.com/

 

Commercial Hardware


AdamsRite http://www.adamsrite.com/
Arrowlock http://www.arrowlock.com/

Best/Stanley Security Solutions http://www.bestaccess.com/
Corbin/Russwin http://www.corbinrusswin.com/
Detex http://www.detex.com/
DonJo http://www.don-jo.com/
Dor-O-Matic http://www.doromatic.com/
Dorma http://www.dorma-usa.com/
Falcon http://www.falconlock.com/

General Lock http://www.generallock.com/

Hager http://www.hagerhinge.com/
IVES http://www.iveshardware.com/
Jackson http://www.jacksonexit.com/

K2 by Black & Decker http://www.k2commercialhardware.com
LCN http://www.lcnclosers.com/

Locknetic http://www.locknetics.com/
MAG http://www.magsecurity.com/

Major Mfg. http://www.majormfg.com

Markar http://www.markar.com

Marks http://www.marksusa.com/

McKinney http://www.mckinneyhinge.com/
Monarch http://www.monarchhardware.com/

National Guard Products http://www.ngpinc.com/
Norton http://www.nortondoorcontrols.com/

PDQ http://www.pdqlocks.com/

Pemko http://www.pemko.com/
Precision http://www.precissionhardware.com/

Rockwood http://www.rockwoodmfg.com/

Rutherford Controls http://www.rutherfordcontrols.com
Sargent http://www.sargentlock.com/
Securatron http://www.securitron.com/
SDC http://www.sdcsecurity.com/

Trine http://www.trineonline.com/
VonDuprin http://www.vonduprin.com/
Yale http://www.yalecommercial.com/

 

Padlocks
Abus http://www.abuslock.com/
American http://www.americanlock.net/
CCL http://www.cclsecurity.com/
Master http://www.masterlock.com/

Pac-Lock http://www.paclock.com/

 

Key Organizers/Storage

Buddy Products http://www.buddyproducts.com

GE Security http://www.gesecurity.com

 

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PA Home Improvement Contractor Registration 

# PA 044339

 

 

Certifications:
CML - Certified Master Locksmith
CPS - Certified Professional Safe Technician
GSA Lock, Vault & Container Certified Technician & Inspector

 

Locks are available in different grades which are determined by their construction and durability and are tested by the BHMA (Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association). The BHMA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop and maintain performance standards for builders hardware.

A couple of tests performed by the BHMA are the strength test and the cycle test. The strength test examines how much forcible turning a lock in the locked position can withstand. To be graded, a lock must stay locked after the minimum force has been applied. For example, a grade 1 key in knob must hold up to 300 lb-in and a lever lock must withstand 450 lb-in. A grade 2 key in knob, must hold up to 150 lb-in and a lever must hold up to 225 lb-in. A grade 3 requires a key-in-knob to withstand at least 120 lb-in and a lever lock must withstand at least 180 lb-in.

The cycle test examines how many times the lock can be operated before it fails. A grade 1 lock must complete 800,000 cycles. A grade 2 lock must complete 400,000 cycles. Grade 3 locks must complete at least 200,000 cycles.

Most commercial applications require either grade 1 or grade 2 locking hardware. Grade 1 not only meets commercial building requirements, it also provides the best security available against vandalism and heavy usage. Because of the overall performance of these locks, they are highly recommended for problem areas.

Some products available as grade 1 include, key in knobs, mortise locks, deadbolts, electronic locks or access control hardware. You can usually spot a grade 1 lock by its size because it's usually much larger than a cylindrical lock.

Grade 2 meets light commercial requirements and exceeds residential building requirements. These locks are adequate for lighter duty doors where security is less of an issue. They will stop unauthorized personnel from walking through the door, but will have less of an effect on deliberate force than grade 1 products.

Grade 3 meets residential building requirements by providing standard residential security. This grade of lock should not be used for any commercial application.

 

 

 

 

Office Hours/Business Hours

Monday-Friday 8:00 - 5:30

Saturday 9:00 - 12:00

After Hour Emergency Service

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